WASHINGTON — The Wharf is a gleaming, $2.5 billion development that has transformed a long-stagnant waterfront into a major destination in the nation’s capital. Along…View More Affordable-Housing Math: It’s Complicated
BERLIN — Is this city, the former capital of communist East Germany, returning to socialism, this time in both parts of the once divided city?…View More Opinion | In Berlin, Socialism Is Suddenly Hot Again
[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] Albert Sutton paid just over $1 million for something…View More He’s Spent Just One Night on His Private Island. He’s Had Enough.
Citizens’ groups have challenged it and privacy advocates have wrung their hands, asking whether Toronto was taking its embrace of technology too far by allowing…View More Google Sibling to Unveil Detailed Plan for Remaking Toronto’s Waterfront
[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] ALBANY — The campaign has all the hallmarks of a…View More Inside the Stealth Campaign for ‘Responsible Rent Reform’
[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] They measure 24 feet wide and 42 feet high,…View More Real Estate Mogul Taunts Ex-Wife With 42-Foot-Tall Photo of New One
The Hells Angels are dumping their infamous clubhouse on the Lower East Side — selling the building that had been their headquarters for half a…View More Hells Angels are selling their LES clubhouse
[What you need to know to start your day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] Even in Long Island City, Queens, one of the…View More An ‘Amazon Effect’ on Queens Real Estate? Brokers Say It’s Real.
The Canadian Real Estate Association says housing prices in the Hamilton area have jumped by 70 per cent over the past five years, largely because…View More Hamilton housing prices up 70 per cent from 2013
MARSEILLE, France — The red-helmeted marine firefighter was firm. “Right,” he told the anxious families gathered around him, “we’re closing up the building.” Bewildered and…View More In a ‘French Detroit,’ a Housing Crisis Turns Deadly for Poor